I haven’t used the oven in weeks. In fact, from early April through early November, I could probably get by without it. During that time, weather permitting, I use my outdoor grill to cook most of my evening meals, and the majority of those meals include grilled chicken. Last night, I grilled up a tangy barbecue chicken using a recipe I found on RecipeTips.com. It’s called “Grilled Honey Barbecue Chicken,” and like most of the grilled chicken recipes that I prepare, this one was quick and easy.
The ingredients are simple and few: boneless, skinless chicken breasts; canned tomato soup; honey; vegetable oil; Worcestershire sauce; lemon juice; prepared mustard; and hot red pepper sauce, which is optional. All of the ingredients (except the chicken, of course) are combined in a saucepan and cooked over medium heat. I used my auxiliary burner on my gas grill for this. The sauce is then basted over the chicken while it’s grilling. Like I said, it’s very simple, and the ingredients aren’t sophisticated, but the result sure is good. Try it and I know you’ll agree.